The Jazz pay Jefferson huge money to start, and he expects to start. He is a
consistent shooter who tries very hard to score, but still will not pass out of
double or triple teams enough. Even Millsap wasn't passing out of the same
situation the other night, which surprised me because he is usually smarter than
that. Favors should start at center next year. If he doesn't start next
year, I won't be following the Jazz anymore.
Are the Jazz ready to play or will they give up that is the question? I think
they owe it to the fans to try and get a win!
...if we could only get the coach to execute!!Play Favors more than
26 or 21 minutes a game!Duh!What joke.I hope
Favors does not get too dissatisfied with the pathetic "play veterans at any
and all costs" approach that Corbin has taken.So far that has
got Corbin back to back blow outs and an impossible hole to get out of.I am not certain how this guy can let this amount of talent sit and rot on the
bench when his "trusted veterans" are getting their butts handed to them
game after game.Obviously we are not going to win this series but it
is clear that Favors is one of the few players that has the talent to challenge
the Spurs.He guards the pick and roll, and then recovers in amazing
fashion, waaaaaaaaay better than any of the bigs we have and yet he sits.....and
sits........and sits.Put your money where your mouth is
Corbin...play talent instead of salaries.Harris and Jefferson are
the two biggest salaries and they have not competed for even a single quarter
out of the 2 playoff games so far.Get a clue Corbin.
Do us all a Favor coach. Start Favors NOW!!
Oh really? Ty finally is realizing that Favors should be playing more?When is he going to implement it, next year?What about starting
him?Way too logical.Jazzaholic